Quality Behavioral Health for Residential Communities
The Perry Foundation’s Quality Behavior Health for Residential Communities Educational Series is a program created to address the growing need for targeted education within Nevada’s Assisted Living / Residential Communities as a result of the increase of behaviorally complex individuals in these settings.
Scope of Work
Six (6) live workshops will be conducted in 2016 in both Las Vegas and Reno, each workshop lasting four (4) hours. Topics will include, but will not be limited to the following:
- Dementia – Clinical Protocol
- Care Interventions
Cognitive Emotion Oriented Therapy
Clinically Oriented Therapy
- Behavior Management
Identifying the difference between Abnormal and Difficult Behavior.
The “Best Friends Approach”.
Managing Difficult Behaviors.
Four (4) CEUs will be awarded upon successful completion of each of these workshops for the following agencies: Board of Examiners for Long Term Care Administrators (BELTCA), Board of Examiners for Social Workers, and the Nevada State Board of Nursing.
Continental breakfast will be provided.
Funding for these workshops is provided by the Bureau of Health Care Quality and Compliance through the Health Care Facility Sanction Funds.
When & Where
Perry Foundation is a 501 (c)(3) non-profit charitable foundation that sees a future where the post-acute / long-term care community works together to build integrity, efficiency, and service excellence for Nevada’s post-acute / long-term care consumers and providers. This is achieved through community awareness and donor support.